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Swiss Parades - Lake & Street Parades By Claudio Bonavolta
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8.5x11" (21.6x27.9cm) softcover - 228 pages - 450 photographs - all color. Text in English, French, German and Italian. This book is the result of 6 years of photography at the Lake Parade... More > (Geneva) and Street Parade (Zürich) in Switzerland. These parades are a mixture of Techno Parades and Gay Prides which, over time, have evolved into modern, very colorful carnivals, and, sometimes, somewhat undressed. The Street Parade is the largest event of this type in the world with one million of participants every year. If you believe Switzerland is made of mountains, chocolate, watches and banks only, hey, you'll be surprised, this book shows a pretty unusual face of Switzerland ! A hard-cover, high-quality version of this book will be available in autumn 2006. More informations on http://www.swissparades.ch< Less
London Beheadal - Badgers’ Parade - Pasting the Head Back into Place By Klaudio Zic
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BADGERS’ PARADE In a spontaneous outburst of fashion, the badger girls wiped out, even chased the extremists across the streets of London. The head was thus pasted back with love and hope... More > against hate. Both left and right extremists were outnumbered by badgers and lovers. This settles it all. As Europe calmly continues butchering Africa for Uranium, we shall have headless peace at home.< Less
Halloween In New York By mike drake
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Halloween In New York is photojournalist Mike Drake’s latest book. Join him as he captures all manner of costumed reveler on and under the streets of New York! The famous Greenwich Village... More > Halloween Parade has been listed among the 100 Things To Do Before You Die. Follow Mike Drake and find out why. From Frankenstein and Freddy Krueger, to gorillas on the subway, Drake shows it all!< Less
Halloween In New York By mike drake
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Halloween In New York is photojournalist Mike Drake’s latest book. Join him as he captures all manner of costumed reveler on and under the streets of New York! The famous Greenwich Village... More > Halloween Parade has been listed among the 100 Things To Do Before You Die. Follow Mike Drake and find out why. From Frankenstein and Freddy Krueger, to gorillas on the subway, Drake shows it all!< Less
La Paz 2009
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La Paz, Baja vacation, Street scapes and facades, carnival parade and booths, bay and ocean sunsets, and birds
My Calendar By Danielle Latman
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Original photography of New York City streets, subways, sky and people. Including the Coney Island Mermaid Parade and Spandex World :)
The Official Guide to Summer in the City By , Amanda Curry
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A daily guide to all the summer activities in the city - concerts, plays, street fairs, beaches, outdoor restaurants, parades and more...
My Photo Book By Nicole Allison
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I went back and shifted through all of the pictures from last Summer and decided to share all of the new things added for that Summer. Including: CarsLand, Mickey's SoundSational Parade, The Mad T... More > Party, and Buena Vista Street.< Less
Obamageddon #0002 - Badger Apocalypse By Klaudio Zic
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BADGERS’ PARADE In a spontaneous outburst of fashion, the badger girls wiped out, even chased the extremists across the streets of London. The head was thus pasted back with love and hope... More > against hate. Both left and right extremists were outnumbered by badgers and lovers. This settles it all. As Europe calmly continues butchering Africa for Uranium, we shall have headless peace at home.< Less
On the Antique Painting in Encaustic of Cleopatra, Discovered in 1818 By John Sartain
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What did Cleopatra really look like? On the cover is a replica of a painting of Cleopatra, commissioned by Octavian Augustus in 30 B.C. Furious at her suicide, which deprived him of his plans to... More > make her take part in the Roman tradition of parading prisoners in chains through the streets of Rome, Octavian ordered the artist Timomachus to create a new portrait of the Queen at the moment of her death. The portrait, in the encaustic technique, was mounted on a cart and drawn along the victory parade. It was placed in the Temple of Venus, but the Emperor Hadrian acquired it for his extensive art collection that was housed at his villa in Tivoli, outside of Rome. The painting, at some time after Hadrian’s death, was place in a wooden crate and hidden in a cellar at Hadrian's Villa. It lay hidden and forgotten until 1818 when it was rediscovered in a lot of scrap lumber. This remarkable book tells the story of the painting and its history in full.< Less